Angry Inuk
Angry Inuk

Angry Inuk

2016  | 44 minutes  |  premium  |  U/A

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 Rated 13+
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  • Director: Alethea Arnaquq-Baril
  • Cast: Aaju Peter, Joannie Ikkidluak, Lasaloosie Ishulutak, Isuaqtuq Ikkidluak, Mikijuk Kolola, Joshua Kango, Meeka Mike, Niore Iqalukjuak, Jeannie Padluq, Annie Ikkidluak, Natsiq Kango
  • Awards: Canadian Documentary Promotion Award & Vimeo On Demand Audience Award - Hot Docs 2016, Audience Award - DocsBarcelona of the Month 2018, Audience Choice Award for 2017 - Cinema Politica Montréal 2018, Best Documentary - Indianer Inuit Film Festival 2018, Best Film for Human Rights and Freedom - International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival 2017, Coup de coeur du jury, Student Jury Prize & Audience Award - Canadian Film Festival 2017, APTN Award - First Peoples' Festival (Land InSights) 2017, PUCCA Audience's Choice - Green Film Festival 2017, Audience Choice Award for Best Canadian Documentary - Available Light Film Festival 2017, Social Justice Award for Documentary Film - International Film Festival 2017, People's Choice Award - Canada's Top 10 2017, Womens Inmates' Award & Magnus Isacsson Award - Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal 2016, People's Choice Award - Zonta Film Festival 2016, Audience Award & Alanis Obomsawin Best Documentary Award - Imagine Native Film + Media Arts Festival 2016, Best Feature - Canadian Award at Annual Dreamspeakers/International Aboriginal Cultural Artistic and Film Festival 2016
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In the Canadian Arctic, the Inuit people have been hunting seals for over a hundred years and the activity is imperative to develop and maintain their community’s economic well-being. A European Union ban on white seal pup products in 1983 has had a terrible financial impact on seal-hunting. But the Inuit people insist that they never hunted white seal pup products. The Canadian indigenous folks lobby their case in the EU in the face of highly funded animal welfare organisations’ excessive propaganda. Can a tiny population change the minds of billions of people?

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